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Andres Vinelli is the vice president for Economic Policy at American Progress, where he leads efforts to develop and further an economic policy agenda that will build a more equitable economy to improve the lives of all people. He leads a team of economists, analysts, and researchers who work on fiscal, labor, competition, infrastructure, macroeconomic research, and workforce development policy. Vinelli served as chief economist for two regulatory organizations, the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. In both of these positions, he conducted original research, analysis, and advocacy in building economic, business intelligence, risk assessment, and financial modeling programs. Previously, he was the special assistant to the chairman and CEO of the National Association of Securities Dealers, where he had an active role in corporate strategy, including the regulation of the Nasdaq and broker/dealers, business reorganizations, strategic planning, and the design of performance management systems. He is also an adjunct professor at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University. Vinelli earned his bachelor’s degree in economics from Universidad de San Andrés and his master’s and Ph.D. in public policy from Harvard University.

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President Biden’s Economic Agenda Will Help Make Life More Affordable Without Adding To Inflation Article
Capitol building is pictured in fall.

President Biden’s Economic Agenda Will Help Make Life More Affordable Without Adding To Inflation

The Build Back Better Act and the already enacted bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will help reduce inflationary pressures in the coming years and lower costs on essentials such as prescription drugs, energy, child care, and housing.

To address climate change, the SEC should require corporations to disclose more information about their risks In the News

To address climate change, the SEC should require corporations to disclose more information about their risks

Authors Andres Vinelli and Tyler Gellasch argue that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission must modernize its rules around climate risk disclosures and financial regulations in order to provide investors and the public with complete, comparable, and reliable information to make informed decisions.

Andres Vinelli, Tyler Gellasch

Public Health Requires an Extraordinarily Aggressive Economic Response to Coronavirus Immediately—One That’s Larger Than What Many Imagine Article
The U.S. Capitol Building in Washington D.C., March 2020. (Getty/Ting Shen)

Public Health Requires an Extraordinarily Aggressive Economic Response to Coronavirus Immediately—One That’s Larger Than What Many Imagine

The column recommends an immediate package at least the size of the Recovery Act in 2009—around $1 trillion in today’s dollars.

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